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Omits

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Wheels
« on: November 08, 2018, 04:06:02 PM »
Parking the other day and that usual problem of the wheel catching the kerb. Some of these kerbs are lethal for gouging wheels. Anyone ideas to repair these? Jolly nuisance those badly designed kerbs. I thought they would design tyres to take the rub but nowadays if there is a slight deface any excuse to get a new one!

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Re: Wheels
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2018, 04:15:15 PM »
Parking the other day and that usual problem of the wheel catching the kerb. Some of these kerbs are lethal for gouging wheels. Anyone ideas to repair these? Jolly nuisance those badly designed kerbs. I thought they would design tyres to take the rub but nowadays if there is a slight deface any excuse to get a new one!

If you have dinged a wheel already I would wait until you have done it a few times and then get them refurbished. Plenty of refurb companies about. Much the same as minor shopping trolley and car park door dings wait until you get a few and have them done as a job lot. Remember no one cares about them but you.

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